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1.0.2 - (2021-10-07)

Announcing Hiredis v1.0.2, which fixes CVE-2021-32765 but returns the SONAME to the correct value of 1.0.0.

1.0.1 - (2021-10-04)

This release erroneously bumped the SONAME, please use 1.0.2

Announcing Hiredis v1.0.1, a security release fixing CVE-2021-32765

Thanks to Yossi Gottlieb for the security fix and to Microsoft Security Vulnerability Research for finding the bug. :sparkling_heart:

1.0.0 - (2020-08-03)

Announcing Hiredis v1.0.0, which adds support for RESP3, SSL connections, allocator injection, and better Windows support! :tada:

A big thanks to everyone who helped with this release. The following list includes everyone who contributed at least five lines, sorted by lines contributed. :sparkling_heart:

Michael Grunder, Yossi Gottlieb, Mark Nunberg, Marcus Geelnard, Justin Brewer, Valentino Geron, Minun Dragonation, Omri Steiner, Sangmoon Yi, Jinjiazh, Odin Hultgren Van Der Horst, Muhammad Zahalqa, Nick Rivera, Qi Yang, kevin1018

Full Changelog


New features: - Support for RESP3 #697, #805, #819, #841 (Yossi Gottlieb, Michael Grunder) - Support for SSL connections #645, #699, #702, #708, #711, #821, more (Mark Nunberg, Yossi Gottlieb) - Run-time allocator injection #800 (Michael Grunder) - Improved Windows support (including MinGW and Windows CI) #652, #663 (Marcus Geelnard) - Adds support for distinct connect and command timeouts #839, #829 (Valentino Geron) - Add generic pointer and destructor to redisContext that users can use for context. #855 (Michael Grunder)

Closed issues (that involved code changes):

Merged pull requests:

* This Changelog was automatically generated by github_changelog_generator

1.0.0-rc1 - (2020-07-29)

Note: There were no changes to code between v1.0.0-rc1 and v1.0.0 so see v1.0.0 for changelog

0.14.1 (2020-03-13)

0.14.0 (2018-09-25)


This removes the following old function aliases, use the new name now:

Old New
redisReplyReaderCreate redisReaderCreate
redisReplyReaderCreate redisReaderCreate
redisReplyReaderFree redisReaderFree
redisReplyReaderFeed redisReaderFeed
redisReplyReaderGetReply redisReaderGetReply
redisReplyReaderSetPrivdata redisReaderSetPrivdata
redisReplyReaderGetObject redisReaderGetObject
redisReplyReaderGetError redisReaderGetError

Previously it broke some builds for people that had DEBUG set to some arbitrary value, due to debugging other software. By renaming we avoid unintentional name clashes.

Simply rename DEBUG to DEBUG_FLAGS in your environment to make it working again.

0.13.3 (2015-09-16)

If the REDIS_CONNECTED flag is cleared, the async onDisconnect callback function will never be called. This causes problems as the disconnect is never reported back to the user.

0.13.2 (2015-08-25)

All adapters are provided as is and are only tested where possible.

0.13.1 (2015-05-03)

This is a bug fix release. The new reconnect method introduced new struct members, which clashed with pre-defined names in pre-C99 code. Another commit forced C99 compilation just to make it work, but of course this is not desirable for outside projects. Other non-C99 code can now use hiredis as usual again. Sorry for the inconvenience.

0.13.0 (2015-04-16)

This release adds a minimal Windows compatibility layer. The parser, standalone since v0.12.0, can now be compiled on Windows (and thus used in other client libraries as well)

0.12.1 (2015-01-26)

0.12.0 (2015-01-22)